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IoT News Roundup

Actility raises $75 million of new capital to accelerate Industrial IoT solutions; Nedap, Huawei sign agreement to develop smart parking-management system; Companies lagging in Industrial IoT readiness, research indicates; Webinars to help attendees understand value of the Internet of Things; Kerlink provides IoT Challenge winners with indoor base stations; DroneDeploy announces drone-mapping system for agriculture.

  • Defense and Aerospace Industry Leaders to Discuss RFID's Benefits at LIVE! 2017

    RFID Journal's 15th annual event, being held on May. 9-11 in Phoenix, Ariz., will feature a defense and aerospace conference track including a DoD session panel.

  • Survey Shows Most Organizations Cannot Manage All IoT Devices on Their Networks

    Lieberman Software's research reveals a concern among IT professionals about the security of their Internet of Things devices.

  • Industrial Internet Consortium Announces Testbed Expansion

    According to the group, the TSN Testbed received top ranking in the Testbed Showcase at last month's IIC Member Meeting in Virginia.

  • Xompass Releases SaaS Internet of Things App on Microsoft AppSource

    The company has announced the availability of its Field Intelligence as a Service app.

  • Study Forecasts 350 Percent Rise in IoT in Retail by 2021

    According to a Juniper Research study, this growth is being fueled by RFID and Bluetooth Low Energy beacons, which are becoming lower in cost and more prevalent in stores, and which can now be leveraged for better analytics, customer experience and supply chain improvements.

  • IoT News Roundup

    Kyocera launches IoT service in Japan in partnership with Sigfox; MCoreLab intros suite of cloud server software for Internet of Things; AT&T, Maxwell Air Force Base pilot IoT-connected smart base; AT&T Partner Exchange allows solution providers to tap into the IoT; Ingenu RPMA adds IoT connectivity to maritime vessel monitoring; eInfochips offers services for IoT and IIoT solution development; ATID, Smart Res partner on IoT offerings; Insights Success cites Icon Labs as fast-growing IoT firm.

  • Leaders from Across All Major Industries to Attend LIVE! 2017

    Business professionals from leading companies in every sector and from around the world will attend RFID Journal's annual conference and exhibition, to be held on May 9-11, in Phoenix, Ariz.

  • Top Trends at Embedded World 2017

    This year's event, held in Nuremberg, Germany, revealed new and continued trends in the application of embedded devices in the industry.

  • IoT Sensor Solution Identifies Equipment Failures Before They Happen

    Equipment manufacturers and users have begun utilizing a wireless system from ServiceMax that employs RFID and other technology to capture sensor data about a piece of equipment, and to identify problems as soon as a change in performance is detected.

  • RFID Brings Temperature Visibility to Pizza Chain

    Domino's franchise Mar Pizza is deploying a ZigBee-based IoT system from Unified Office to gain real-time and historic temperature data, as well as other sensor information, at its restaurants across three states.

  • Retailers Enhancing Customer Experience With IoT

    According to a study conducted by Zebra Technologies Brazil, 70 percent of retailers plan to invest in Internet of Things technologies to provide consumers with new levels of customization, speed and convenience.

  • IoT News Roundup

    Mist offers BLE platform for scalable, standards-based asset visibility; Domino's franchise groups deploy Unified Office's IoT Operations Performance Suite; EEMBC benchmark reveals energy cost of using BLE for Internet of Things; Xicato, LumiFi partner for multivendor lighting control; Fujitsu, VMware expand strategic collaboration to offer IoT solutions for automobile industry.

  • ForgeRock Updates IoT Platform for Digital Identity Management

    The company has announced a new version of its ForgeRock Identity Platform for the Internet of Things.

  • New Generation of Mobile IoT Is Changing Consumer Experiences

    Startups with solutions that employ Bluetooth Low Energy, Eddystone and traditional Bluetooth will help consumers find their personal property, view product content without an app at stores, and share music from a phone with multiple speakers or devices.

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